Nicholas Perdue, Program Lead for E&C

Geography

Biography: 

Nicholas Perdue is a broadly trained geographer who use a variety of cartographic, geospatial, and behavioral methodologies to study issues such as urban mobility, transportation systems, accessibility, and placed based human-environment relations. His newest research project proposes new ways to represent and understand historical, cultural, and social elements in climate change maps as a way to help us understand more broadly what is at risk and what could be lost in the near future. He currently teaches the Cartography and Advanced Cartography courses at Humboldt.

Areas of Interest: 

Nicholas Perdue studes issues such as urban mobility, transportation systems, accessibility, and placed based human-environment relations. His newest research project proposes new ways to represent and understand historical, cultural, and social elements in climate change maps as a way to help us understand more broadly what is at risk and what could be lost in the near future.

Degrees: 
Ph.D., 2016, Geography, University of Oregon, Eugene
Nicholas Perdue,  Program Lead for E&C
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